The Foolish Hare

The Foolish Hare Story

One Day The Hare Sat Down Under A Fruit Tree And Plunged Into Deep Thoughts. He Was Stupid And Always Made Decisions Quickly, Without Even Thinking. One Day He Thought. “What Will Happen To Me When The Earth Comes To An End?” At That Moment, A Fruit Fell From The Tree.

The Stupid Hare Ran Away With The Speed Of His Feet. He Thought That The Noise Of Fruits Falling To The Ground Was The Noise Of Falling Onto Pieces Of Earth. And He Ran And Ran, Not Daring To Look Back.

“Brother, Brother,” Another Hare Called When He Saw Him Running, “Please Tell Me What Happened!”

But The Hare Ran And Did Not Even Turn To Answer. But Another Hare Ran After Him, Shouting Louder And Louder: “What Happened, Brother, What Happened?”

Finally, The Hare Stopped For A Moment And Said: “The Earth Is Falling Apart!” At The Same Time, The Other Hare Ran Even Faster, And The Third Hare Joined Them, And The Fourth And Fifth, Up To A Hundred Thousand Hares, Rushed Through The Fields.

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And They Raced Through Forests And Valleys, And Deer, Wild Boars, Moose, Buffalo, Bulls, Rhinos, Tigers, Lions, And Elephants, Hearing That The Earth Was Coming To An End, All Ran Frantically With Them.

But Among Them Lived A Very Wise Lion. He Knew Everything That Was Happening In The World. He Learned That So Many Hundreds And Thousands Of Animals Were Fleeing Because They Believed The Earth Was Falling Apart. He Thought: “This Earth Of Ours Is Far From The End. But These Unfortunate Creatures Will Die If I Don’t Save Them. In Fear, They Will Run To The Sea. “

And He Ran With Such Speed That He Reached A Certain Mountain That Lay-In Their Path. As They Drove Past The Mountain, He Roared So Loudly Three Times That They Stopped. All Stood Motionless, Close To Each Other, Trembling.

The Great Lion Came Down From The Mountain And Approached Them. “Why Are You Running At This Pace?” He Asked.

“The Earth Is Falling Apart,” They Replied.

“Who Saw It Fall Apart?” – He Asked.

“Elephants,” They Replied.

“Have You Seen How It Breaks?” He Asked The Elephants.

“No. We Haven’t Seen That. The Lions Saw It, ”They Replied.

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“Did You See This?” He Asked The Lions.

“No. The Tigers Saw It, ”They Replied.

Then Leo Asked The Tigers: “Did You See This?”

“The Rhinos Saw It,” They Replied.

But The Rhinos Said, “The Moose Saw It.”

The Elk Said, “The Bears Saw It.”

The Bears Said, “The Bulls Saw It.”

Said The Bull. “The Deer Saw It.”

The Deer Said. “The Hares Saw It.”

And The Hares Said, “This Little One Told Us That The Earth Is Breaking.”

“Have You Seen The Split Of The Earth?” He Asked The Hare.

“Yes. Lord, “- Answered The Hare. “I Saw Him Break.” “Where Were You When You Saw It Broke?” He Asked.

In A Trembling Voice, The Hare Replied: “I Sat Under A Fruit Tree And Thought:“ What Will Happen To Me When The Earth Dies? And At That Very Moment, I Heard The Sound Of Cracking Earth And Turned Out To Be Ran. “

The Wise Lion Thought, “He Was Sitting Under A Fruit Tree. Of Course, He Heard The Noise Of The Fruit Falling To The Ground. “Sit On My Back, Baby,” He Said, “and Show Me Where You Saw The Earth Rip Apart.”

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The Hare Jumped On His Back, And The Big Lion Flew Into Place. But When They Came To The Fruit Tree, The Hare Jumped Off. He Was So Afraid To Return To His Place. And He Pointed To The Tree To The Lion, Saying, “Lord, Here Is The Tree.”

The Great One Approached The Tree And Saw The Place Where The Hare Was Sitting, And The Fruit That Had Fallen From The Tree. “Come Here, Baby,” He Urged.

“Where Do You See Now That The Earth Is Broken?

The Hare Looked Around. He Saw Fruit On The Ground. Now He Knew That There Was No Reason For His Fear. He Jumped Onto The Lion’s Back Again, And They Headed Towards The Hundreds Of Creatures Waiting To Return.

The Lion Then Told A Large Crowd That The Noise The Little Hare Heard Was Caused By A Fruit Falling To The Ground. And Everyone Turned Back: The Elephants To The Valleys, The Lions To The Caves, The Deer To The River Banks, And The Hares To The Fruit Tree. The Hare Was Stupid And Caused Trouble For All Animals.

The Foolish Hare Moral

Stupidity Is Dangerous To Oneself As Well As To Others.